In what it expects will “quickly grow into one of the most important jurisdictions in Europe,” Pariplay Ltd says it is all-in on helping operators and studios “make a major impact” on the Netherlands’ regulated online gaming market due to open from October 1st.
According to the Aspire Global subsidiary, it already has commercial deals in the pipeline with more than 10 top-tier operator partners and a network of 30 games vendors prepared to go live in the northwestern European country, through its trademarked Fusion aggregation platform, at the beginning of next month.
“primed to help high-quality games studios and operators hit the ground running in the Netherlands”
Furthermore, a curated selection of its in-house games, which have already proven popular with Dutch players in the land-based sector and throughout Europe’s iGaming scene, will also be provided in addition to the aggregated casino offering that will be made available from day one of the opening of the regulated market.
A total of 20 cherry-picked, proprietary games are expected to roll out with Dutch-licensed operators from the beginning of October, with “many more” titles to follow suit by the month’s end.
Joey Hurtado, who Pariplay recently appointed as Managing Director of its Games division, declared via official press release that they are…
“fully committed to leveraging our considerable experience within the Netherlands gaming market to help studios and operators alike make a major impact once the regulated market opens for business at the start of October.”
The former Head of Product Operations at Gamesys added that the Gibraltar-headquartered company’s Fusion platform offers “a huge array” of content for Dutch players to enjoy, in addition to its “innovative and exciting” in-house games, while making the process of delivering games to market a seamless one for vendors and operators.
“We expect the Netherlands to quickly grow into one of the most important jurisdictions in Europe and we expect to be at the heart of that story from day one.”
In addition to the new appointment, Pariplay recently welcomed a new operator, FansUnite Entertainment (CSE:FANS) (OTCQX:FUNFF), having agreed a multi-jurisdiction distribution agreement with the Canadian sports entertainment company.
Announced on September 14th, the deal will see the aggregator and content provider’s vast portfolio of proprietary and third-party online content made available on the Vancouver-based firm’s B2B Chameleon Platform, as well as iGaming, esports and sports betting operators globally.
The premium content is to be distributed though the Fusion aggregation platform, which comprises 12,000-plus games from more than 100 third-party suppliers, alongside over 120 of Pariplay’s proprietary slots titles. The new tie-up allows the provider to further grow its footprint across various regulated markets via FansUnite’s multiple B2B and B2C brands powered by the Chameleon platform, including properties and operators in the United Kingdom, Europe and Latin America.
Pariplay’s games are currently live and certified for over 16 regulated jurisdictions, including Germany, Switzerland, Romania, Denmark, Portugal, Italy, Bulgaria, Sweden, Colombia, Spain, UK, and New Jersey. The firm also possesses B2B licenses in Greece, Romania, Gibraltar, Malta, UK and in West Virginia where earlier this month it was granted a full iGaming Supplier License.